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Offline Holzhacker

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CT and lead paint removal
« on: June 28, 2010, 10:09 AM »
For those interested, the July issue of Fine Homebuilding has an article on the EPA lead rules, etc. On page 84 is a very nice pic of a guy sanding paint off of wood siding using a CT and Rotex.
A couple other items ...
- Page 72 - a guy using the Dewalt track saw
- The issue also has a full page ad for the new Bostitch cordless nail gun. I don't think it is a mere coincidence that the Bostitch is bright orange like the Paslode, instead of traditional Bostitch yellow.
Markus
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